Friday, April 5, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: separatists decree 10 new days "Lockdown"

The separatists are trying again to impose their law in the English-speaking area.They come again to declare a "Lockdown" operation, or the "locking" of the English-speaking zones.

For 10 days, since March 4, it has been a question of preventing any movement of people and goods between these two English-speaking regions and the rest of the country.

Some people panicked have already left the city to other places in the coastal region.

According to reports, these fighters claim to be angry at the Limbe Cultural Festival (Festac), which runs from April 6 to 13.

The mayor of the city of Buea, Patrick Ekema, known for his bridal methods, has already warned that all businesses that will respect this operation will be punished.

The last operation of this type dates back to mid-February, and wanted to prevent the holding of the celebration of the youth festival on February 11 in Cameroon.

These operations are in addition to the "Ghost Towns" or "dead cities" still in effect every Monday in these regions.

Source: camerounlink